The Men’s Fitness Industry Is Missing Out on the Body-Positivity Movement. And It Sucks - Fitness Equipment Boise from Gym Outfitters

The Men’s Fitness Industry Is Missing Out on the Body-Positivity Movement. And It Sucks

It’s hard to argue men can ever experience more difficulty than women, but let’s talk a little bit about male empowerment. There’s something lacking in men’s fitness writing: insecurity. Women’s content seems to have it in spades, but believe me, that’s a good thing. Finding self-love through weightlifting is something I just never hear male trainers discuss.

I’m not saying that female fitness writers are insecure, at least, not more than anyone else. What I’m saying is that when they write, they connect with their audience by recognizing their vulnerabilities, fears, and shortcomings. The most popular women’s blogs acknowledge insecurity; they commune with it; and they frame strength training not as a way to find validation, or perfection, or a body worth loving, but instead as a way to honor and love their bodies. And finding self-love through weightlifting is something I just never hear male trainers discuss.

This is the kind of stuff I’m talking about:

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